naturallysteph:

the-book-ferret:

They look so beautiful all together. My heart is full of happy. <3

I will re-tumbl this adorable ferret forever.

naturallysteph:

the-book-ferret:

They look so beautiful all together. My heart is full of happy. <3

I will re-tumbl this adorable ferret forever.

(via meaganspooner)

It’s here

michellehodkin:

The first chapter of The Retribution of Mara Dyer has been posted on USA Today’s book blog. If you want to read it. 

tragedyseries:

I call them, alternately, ‘woof marks’ or ‘book m’barks’ but whatever you call them, print and utilize them to note meaningful sections of your favorite medical texts and whaling narratives.

tragedyseries:

I call them, alternately, ‘woof marks’ or ‘book m’barks’ but whatever you call them, print and utilize them to note meaningful sections of your favorite medical texts and whaling narratives.

epicreads:

OMG. I joked to my doctor that I needed a prescription for reading and she gave me this.

epicreads:

OMG. I joked to my doctor that I needed a prescription for reading and she gave me this.

(via yahighway)

meaganspooner:

BAHAHAHAHA. (x)
(But yeah, that’s fair enough, really.)

meaganspooner:

BAHAHAHAHA. (x)

(But yeah, that’s fair enough, really.)

The underdog.

(via aohatsu)

disabilityinkidlit:

Ten historical MG/YA novels with disabled protagonists

T4 by Ann Clare LeZotte
Jepp, Who Defied the Stars by Katherine Marsh
Paperboy by Vince Vawter
Alchemy and Meggy Swann by Karen Cushman
Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick
The Badger Knight by Kathryn Erskine
Song of the Magdalene by Donna Jo Napoli
Fleabrain Loves Franny by Joanne Rocklin
One-Handed Catch by M.J. Auch
The King’s Shadow by Elizabeth Alder

The only one of these books we’ve reviewed at Disability in Kidlit so far is One-Handed Catch. If you have read any of the others, we’d love to hear your thoughts!